Outer WrapperAbout The Program School of Fine Arts Piano Pedagogy Certificate Request InformationSchedule a Visit Apply Now Northern’s Piano Pedagogy Certificate provides music students the necessary knowledge to establish an independent piano studio or gain employment in a community music school setting. With this certificate, you will gain the skills to provide proficient instruction as a piano teacher to students of all ages and levels; utilize a variety of foremost piano methods and teaching approaches; cultivate facility in piano technique; and interact musically and professionally with teacher organizations at the local, state, and national levels. Courses Piano Pedagogy Certificate Course Requirements Contact Information For more information about this degree, call 605-626-2267. Or, contact NSU Admissions at 605-626-2544 or email@example.com. Our Faculty Marcela Faflak Department Music School of Fine Arts Programs Arts Administration Certificate Educational Studies M.S.Ed. Degree (Online) Jazz Pedagogy Certificate Music Major Music Education Bachelor's Degree Music Education Master's Degree (Online) Piano Pedagogy Certificate Maturita, Conservatory, Prague, Czech Republic Absolutorium, Academy of Musical Arts (terminal degree) Prague, Czech Republic A native of the Czech Republic, Dr. Marcela Faflak has taught in the music schools in Prague and at Concordia College, Moorhead, Minn. She is active as a performer, accompanist, and adjudicator in the upper Midwest. She has been a member of Northern's music faculty since 1996. William Wieland Department Music School of Fine Arts Programs Arts Administration Certificate Educational Studies M.S.Ed. Degree (Online) Jazz Pedagogy Certificate Music Major Music Education Bachelor's Degree Music Education Master's Degree (Online) Piano Pedagogy Certificate Ph.D. Northwestern University M.A. University of Minnesota B.A. Valley City State College William Wieland, Musician and Educator Bill Wieland, a native of North Dakota, is an educator, composer and pianist. His compositions have received numerous awards and performances and he is often featured as a piano accompanist in the region. Dr. Wieland earned a bachelor of arts in composite music (piano) from Valley City State College in 1986, a master of arts in theory and composition from the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities in 1988 and a doctor of music in composition from Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill., in 1991. He has taught at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, De Paul University and Northwestern University. He began teaching music theory, piano, music technology and composition at Northern State University in 1994 and served as coordinator of the music and theatre department from 2000-2010. In addition to teaching, composing and accompanying, Dr. Wieland leads the piano session of the International Music Camp and corrects AP music theory exams every summer.